Museo Salvatore Ferragamo pays homage to its namesake, Salvatore Ferragamo, through a mixture of the icon's two loves: film and fashion. The infamous shoe designer was especially well-known for creating the cork wedge and designing shoes for stars like Marilyn Monroe. This intimate museum has revolving exhibits every two years, with Ferragamo's shoe collection remaining constant. Visitors can see the entirety of Ferragamo's footwear careers in a variety of styles and colors; in addition, there are shoes from after Ferragamo's death in 1960 that emphasize his impact on the modern fashion industry today. After its recent renovation, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo is committed to designing, organizing, and promoting exhibitions, seminars, and other events focusing on contemporary fashion culture to the greater public.
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